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#2894 - Wed Jul 02 2003 07:27 AM Watch of choice for pararescue
RES2DCUE Offline
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What is the best watch for pararescue? Any favorites? What do most seem to wear?
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#2895 - Wed Jul 02 2003 08:57 AM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue
TE Offline

Registered: Thu Oct 17 2002
Posts: 4113
Loc: Various
Many guys are using the Suunto series watches with the electronic compass.

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#2896 - Thu Jul 03 2003 07:26 AM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue
KiloMike Offline
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Registered: Sun Mar 18 2001
Posts: 69
Loc: home
Another widely used, strong, affordable watch is Casio's "G-SHOCK" series. Many units issue them along with tons of other cool gadgets and equip.
There was a PJ instructor down at CDQC that hands em out for the PJ students to use. Its some of the Army's first look at the fact that the Air Force is pretty spoiled, but their just jelous.
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#2897 - Thu Jul 03 2003 20:34 PM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue
KJ Offline

Registered: Wed Mar 21 2001
Posts: 256
Loc: Angeles City, Philippines
Hey, just as long as it is a BIG watch.
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#55021 - Mon Aug 16 2010 21:35 PM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: KJ]
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Registered: Tue Aug 03 2010
Posts: 22
Loc: Logan, Utah, USA
Which version of the Suunto watch?

#55038 - Wed Aug 18 2010 11:15 AM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: svacast]
CrakaCheezy Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 13 2009
Posts: 32
Loc: Incirlik AB, Turkey
Don't get a Highgear watch I have one it has altimeter, barameter, the only reason I got it because you can save like 20 runs in it. However today I went snorkeling in the mediterranean I was only diving down maybe 15 feet and water leaked in and the watch is now if you are going Pararescue don't get a Highgear because it won't survive 2 days in indoc. lol.

#55054 - Wed Aug 18 2010 21:58 PM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: CrakaCheezy]
tiny Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 20 2009
Posts: 20
Loc: United States, Minnesota
Sunnto Advisor is a great watch, I have, never had a problem even at 100ft dive. here is the info on it:

#55056 - Thu Aug 19 2010 05:46 AM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: tiny]
PX_Crusader_07 Offline
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Registered: Mon Apr 26 2010
Posts: 77
Loc: Georgia
How funny, I was literally JUST thinking about getting a dive watch I can use in trainingand went on here to se if there was any talk about it- current post up on PJ section of the forums!
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Edited by PX_Crusader_07 (Thu Aug 19 2010 05:47 AM)
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#55060 - Thu Aug 19 2010 14:33 PM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: PX_Crusader_07]
Maximilian Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 14 2010
Posts: 41
Loc: Florida
I have a mild obsession over G-shock watches.. I bought one of the new "rescue series" (G 7900b), and I don't have one bad thing to say about it.. Runs under 150$, solar powered (10 years+ rated), atomic time keeping, tide graph, moon graph, count down timer, multiple city times, 200meter underwater depth rating, and the obvious that it takes ALOT to break it.

BUT, when you do flutter kicks and don't situate it right it has a tendency to dig into your hinds with it's protective face on a pool deck.( I just roll it over quickly before I get into position).

It's a beast of a watch, and will take whatever you throw at it. The Suunto, is definately awesome and probably has a couple more cool toys on it (gps etc.) but the price scared me away at the moment.
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#55118 - Sun Aug 22 2010 11:05 AM Re: Watch of choice for pararescue [Re: RES2DCUE]
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Registered: Tue Aug 03 2010
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Loc: Logan, Utah, USA
I've been looking at getting the Suunto Core...anyone have this watch?


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